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Deck out your MacBook in Mujjo’s new vegan leather sleeve


The sleeve is for your MacBook Pro, but you can carry a lot more in it.
The sleeve is for your MacBook Pro, but you can carry a lot more in it.
Photo: Mujjo

Mujjo is known for leather iPhone cases and wallets. It also makes sleeves and cases, and now it offers a new pair of vegan leather sleeves — one for a 14-inch MacBook Pro and one for a 16-inch MacBook Pro.

The elegant Envoy Laptop Sleeves, which look like they’d be equally at home in a lecture hall or a board room, are waterproof and offer room for the other stuff you need to carry around, too.

Mujjo Envoy Laptop Sleeves

We recently wrote about Mujjo’s new leather iPhone cases and magnetic leather wallets for iPhone. Keeping the usual Mujjo leather theme, the two new Envoy sleeves are made from waterproof vegan leather and feature magnetic closures.

They include interior expandable pockets for items like an iPhone and charging cables. An elastic pocket keeps your iPhone in place on the go and a slip pocket is ideal for a small notebook or passport.

“When the pocket is empty, the sleeve stays slim,” Mujjo said. And that’s good, because nobody wants a baggy-looking sleeve.

Envoy Laptop Sleeve features:

  • Crafted from waterproof vegan leather.
  • Magnetic opening allows quick but secure access.
  • Expandable opening fits large items like a charger.
  • Side opening allows laptop charging.
  • Elastic pocket keeps your phone secure.
  • Easy-access slip pocket fits a notebook or passport.

Mujjo said the sleeves, which come in black or navy blue colors, are available to order now and shipping starts November 21.

Price: $95

Where to buy: Mujjo


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